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3 replicates of 3 animal treatment groups (ewes/lambs; ewes/lambs mixed with cows/calves; cows/calves) were used to study effects of continuous grazing on parasitism. Adult animals were permanently assigned to one of 9 pastures in Oklahoma, USA, for all 3 years. The offspring from each year were...

Author(s)
Jordan, H. E.; Phillips, W. A.; Morrison, R. D.; Doyle, J. J.; McKenzie, K.
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 1988, 18, 6, pp 779-784
Abstract

A total of 41 cows and their calves were used to evaluate the effect of midsummer treatment (August 3) with ivermectin (IVOMEC) in Oklahoma, USA. August-October weight gains in calves (119 lbs in 21 controls compared with 143 lbs in 20 treated animals) were significantly improved by treatment....

Author(s)
Smith, S. C.; Kelley, J. W.
Citation
Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University, 1991, MP-134, pp 201-203
Abstract

Forty autumn born (mostly October and November) nursing calves were used to evaluate a winter treatment (December 8) with ivermectin (Ivomec) in southeast Oklahoma, USA. This treatment had no statistically significant effect on weight gain when calves were weighed 151 days after treatment (in May).

Author(s)
Smith, S. C.
Citation
Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University, 1991, MP-134, pp 204-205